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9 Itty Bitty Literary Crafts

We can all pack up and go home, because Kati Galusz just won literary crafts for crocheting the ENTIRE HOUSE OF STARK.

1. The House of Stark

House of Stark Amigurumi

I’m ooohing and ahhhing over that incredible detail, from Arya’s tiny sword to the li’l baby direwolves.  And bonus: the Spanish artist has also created tiny Lannisters and Targaryens (!).

Here are eight more adorable literary crafts from around the web:

2. Where the Wild Things Are

Where the Wild Things Are AmigurumiMax and his Wild Thing buddies are the awesome brainchild of amigurumi artist Allison Hoffman from Austin, TX.

3. Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland AmigurumiAmigurumi designer Anya Zoe of Westland, MI, is on a mission to “keep making über cute things,” like this über cute 2.5” Alice in Wonderland, White Rabbit, Mad Hatter, Cheshire Cat, and Queen of Hearts.

4. Luna Lovegood and Harry Potter

Luna Lovegood Amigurumi

Harry Potter AmigurumiAn itty bitty Luna Lovegood and Harry Potter duo, also from Anya Zoe.  Luna’s miniature Quibbler = mind blown.

5. Hedwig

Hedwig AmigurumiThis New York amigurumi crafter owns The Owlery, “a little online home for tiny crocheted birds of prey.”  Because why not? Here’s her take on Hedwig.

6. Louis, Lestat and Claudia

Vampire Chronicles AmigurumiMoon’s Creations recasts her trademark Moon Bun bunnies in literally 1000+ ways, like this Interview With a Vampire Moon Bun trio.  If you like books (yes) and tiny stuff (yes!), jump down the hole into her 31 Amigurumi in October series featuring dozens of spooky bunny-shaped literary figures, from Edgar Allen Poe to Edward Cullen.

7. Madeline

Madeleine AmigurumiHow sweet is this adorable Madeline created by Bay area amigurumi designer TGLDdoll?

8. Pippi Longstocking

Pippi Longstocking AmigurumiFinnish amigurumi artist Katriina of First Floor Crafts stays true to Astrid Lindgren’s Pippi.

9. Gandalf

Gandalf AmigurumiAaaand we’re going out with an epic bang.  Not only has Geek Central Station designed a freaking awesome Gandalf, she’s created an entire Fellowship of the Rings crew. Witch-king!

About Rachel Smalter Hall

Rachel Smalter Hall is a public librarian turned Book Riot operations staff. She’s lived in Iowa, Minnesota, Vermont, Rome, and now Lawrence, Kansas, where she can be found drinking PBR with her co-ed book club. Follow her on Twitter: @bananasuit